Worth Reading: October 2014

Is it just me, or is October one of the busiest months of the year? I felt like we were moving at warp speed all month, and now it’s a straight shot to the holidays. So after you finish up your trick-or-treating and before you start pinning vigorously to your All Things Thanksgiving board, here are a few posts you might want to check out from around the Internet that made me laugh, cry, vigorously nod my head in agreement, or want to virtual-fist bump the author.

photo by alicejamieson via PhotoRee

Not sure what to dress up as tonight? You could pull one of these “sexy” mom costumes together pretty quickly.

Add some of these ideas into your morning routine for a happiness boost.

I loved reading these quotes about how parenting is different in the United States.

Maybe book club should be article club instead? I kind of love this idea.

This is in my crockpot right now.

A reminder that I need to use my stand-up desk more often.

Do you have a habits manifesto? This might be a fun project for the new year.

Since I’m the mom of a little girl, I’m just going to leave this here, in case I need it in the (very) near future.

And speaking of reading lists, Amy Poehler’s new book is definitely going on mine. (FYI. That’s an affiliate link.)

Happy Halloween everybody! Until November…

2 thoughts on “Worth Reading: October 2014

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